Countries With Highest Food Inflation - Top 10 World

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Food Inflation Latest Reference
Iran
South Sudan
Venezuela
Turkey
Syria
Liberia
Sierra Leone
Libya
Egypt
Uzbekistan

Venezuela Food Inflation latest value is 315.00 percent. Source: Banco Central De Venezuela. 2007=100. Forecast: 326.2644 percent.
Iran Food Inflation was last reported at 46.50 percent. Source: Central Bank of Iran. 2011=100. Forecast: 52.6741 percent.
South Sudan Food Inflation stands at 43.90 percent. Source: National Bureau of Statistics, South Sudan. Forecast: 52.5425 percent.
Turkey Food Inflation latest value is 27.70 percent. Source: Turkish Statistical Institute. 2003=100. Forecast: 24.4954 percent.
Syria Food Inflation was last reported at 25.90 percent. Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Syrian Arab Republic. 2010=100. Forecast: 23.6421 percent.
Liberia Food Inflation stands at 23.70 percent. Source: Central Bank of Liberia. 2005=100, NSA. Forecast: 22.2907 percent.
Sierra Leone Food Inflation latest value is 19.62 percent. Source: Statistics Sierra Leone. 2008=100. Forecast: 19.6581 percent.
Libya Food Inflation was last reported at 18.30 percent. Source: Bureau of Statistics and Census Libya. 2003=100. Forecast: 18.9658 percent.
Egypt Food Inflation stands at 16.47 percent. Source: Central Bank of Egypt. 2010M1=100. Forecast: 18.3022 percent.
Uzbekistan Food Inflation latest value is 15.90 percent. Source: The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Statistics. Forecast: -0.6988 percent.
The country with highest Food Inflation is Venezuela followed by Iran in the second position and South Sudan in the third.